Bob Owens

The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

Is Kahr the next funmaker to flee for freedom?

The Pocono Record Says Kahr, owners of the Thompson, Auto Ordnance, and Magnum Research Lines, is leaving New York for Pennsylvania: A gun manufacturer is considering buying the entire 620-acre Pike County business park for $2 million to escape an unfriendly gun climate in New York. Kahr Firearms Group would move its corporate headquarters from […]

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Because homeowners only need seven rounds to defend the lives of their families. Right, New York?

The days of attacks by individual bad guys is over. From metropolitan Philadelphia, PA to tiny Wilmer, AL, to North Woodmere, Long Island, NY, to Suitland, MD, and Pine Township, IN, home invaders are now commonly showing up in teams of 2-4 violent, armed criminals, willing to murder you and your family to get what […]

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NY SAFE Act “assault weapon” registration due today. Free New Yorkers expected to ignore blatantly unconstitutional law en masse.

It’s “Loss of Freedom” day in New York today, as the blatantly unconstitutional (on both the state and federal levels) NY SAFE Act demands owners of an estimated one million liberty defense arms are told them must register their arms by today… or else. Of course, the state doesn’t have a freaking clue who has […]

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It’s official: New York gun confiscation is on

And so this is how it begins:  a man with no criminal record and no mental health issues is told by the state that he must turn in his legally-purchased arms to the state because they somehow accessed his medical records. Reader LC Scotty dropped this admission of tyranny into the comments of today’s earlier […]

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Rumors of privacy rights violations and gun confiscation in New York

For the past few months the totalitarians in the polimedia have pushed for every gun control fantasy that they thought would stick. On several occasions they screwed up, and publicly admitted their darkest fantasies, which they then just as quickly publicly backed away from… all the while, finding ways to tuck confiscatory provisions into laws […]

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